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Now Available: Virtual Conference and Event Resource Guide with Vendor Evaluations

Recent findings from a CIO Council sponsored discovery project point to virtual conference and event resources that can help you as you plan for virtual gatherings to ensure the best participant experience for our Stanford community and beyond.

Van Williams serves as the vice-chancellor of IT and vice-chancellor of Strategic Technology Initiatives at the University of California (UC) Santa Cruz.  

POC-IT Hosts Van Williams, Vice Chancellor of IT and Strategic Technology Initiatives at UC Santa Cruz

More than 245 people tuned in last week to hear UC Santa Cruz' Van Williams share his insights and experiences as an IT leader who is also a person of color.

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IT Community Welcomes Eight New Year Up Interns

The Stanford IT Community welcomed its fifth cohort of eight interns for roles in University IT (UIT), Land, Buildings & Real Estate (LBRE), Stanford University Libraries (SUL), and Humanities & Sciences (H&S).

Events

  • April 20, 2021
     

    Conversations with Extraordinary Leaders in Neurodiversity

    Virtual Event: Register for Zoom Details

    Join us for the third event in the "Conversations with Extraordinary Leaders" speaker series. This event will be moderated by Michael Fox, CIO for Land, Buildings and Real Estate and co-sponsor for the Neurodiversity in IT Program. The panel will consist of leaders who are passionate about changing the employment landscape for our neurodiverse friends and colleagues.
  • April 27, 2021
     

    Stanford WIT Connect

    Zoom (details in registration)

    Despite gains for women in leadership, the “broken rung” is still a major barrier. Women continue to lose ground at the first step up to manager.
  • April 29, 2021
     

    Neurodiversity Awareness Brown Bag Session

    Zoom (details in registration)

    Sign up for a 90-minute "brown bag" educational session to learn about neurodiversity in the workplace, and the Neurodiversity in IT Program and earn a BeWell Berry!

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Results for the first Stanford Software Survey

Submitted by Vanessa Villamia Sochat

How is open source software used at Stanford? What libraries do researchers think are important, and what libraries are we developing in house?

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Participate in the Stanford Software Survey

Submitted by Vanessa Villamia Sochat

Are you passionate about open source, or open science? Do you want Stanford to be a larger player in the open source ecosystem?

Learn more about Participate in the Stanford Software Survey »

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